Our regular Stakeholder Group meeting was hosted by Chestertons on Tower Bridge Road. As always we had a good turn-out with attendees including local residents and local businesses as well as Anood Al-Samerai, one of our three elected Riverside councillors.
Our full agenda covered:
- Friends of Butlers Wharf Riverside initiative
- Shad Thames Improvement Scheme (Streets Project)
- St Saviour’s Dock footbridge repair
- The Dixon Hotel (on-going construction on the former Tooley St Magistrates Court site; scheduled to open last quarter of 2018)
- Refurbishment of Courage Yard
- Ex-Design Museum site (now owned by Zaha Hadid Foundation)
- Shad Thames Pumping Station (works to begin in January 2018)
- Shad Thames Traffic Study
- New Southwark Plan and the STAMP Management Plan
- Joint Placemarks Project with Team London Bridge and BSAP (Bermondsey Street Area Partnership).
Our Stakeholder Group continues to grow as more Shad Thames residents and businesses get involved. Through the valuable contributions of local stakeholders, and our constructive and collaborative approach, we are creating an effective forum through which to make a real difference in the area. We feel very proud of what a senior officer in the Council recently told us:
What you have achieved in the last three years is truly inspirational and a credit to STAMP as a group.
Thanks to everyone who has contributed to this positive outcome!
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